CLICK BELOW TO REDISCOVER HUMANITY

A DECADE+ OF STORYTELLING POWERED BY THE BEST WRITERS ON THE PLANET

Tag: Crime

Repeat Offender …… Repeat Offender

YOU ARE STOPPED by a Police Officer who proceeds to run your license to discover you have been convicted of speeding on several occasions....

Measuring “Governance” to Improve Lives

by Robert Rotberg, Harvard University Botswana does more for its people than Kenya; India delivers more quality services than Pakistan; Barbados is better at these...

Changing A Sick Culture: How A Slow Elevator Improved An...

by Doug Wilson, Featured Contributor The story you are about to read is true. The names have been changed to protect the guilty. The Organization During my...

Chess Not Checkers: Elevate Your Leadership Game

by Jane Anderson, Featured Contributor I’VE BEEN WRITING book reports since 2013 and am always pleased when Mark Miller writes a new book. He mixes...

On The Job Training

by Ken Vincent, Featured Contributor I GET THE impression that OJT (on the job training) is very much out of favor in many companies. Of...

What Cyberthreats are Costing US Companies

Companies everywhere are increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, but U.S. companies appear to be even more threatened than most, says a new report. According to PricewaterhouseCooper's...

UK Lawmakers Seeking Harsher Sentences For The Crime Of Being A...

The UK's Malicious Communications Act has served the country well in its aim to turn being a jerk into a criminal act. The Act debuted in 1988, in time to catch the internet in its developing period and criminalize behavior that was already covered…

Report: Calif. is Prime Target for Global Cybercrime

The success and high profile of businesses in Silicon Valley, Hollywood and elsewhere have made California the specific target of international gangs of online criminals, according to a report released today by the office of the Attorney General of…

The Next Big Data Arena: Fraud Prevention

Although companies have spent millions of dollars on analytics software designed to sift through mountains of unstructured data for signs of theft and fraud, a recent flurry of high-profile hacks could drive those firms to double down on “counter-…

Why Prosecutors Whiffed on Subprime Crime

One of the great “mysteries” of the post-financial-crisis era is why there has been almost no prosecution of obvious criminality, particularly in the mortgage...